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Companies, volunteers assist remodeling at new FYCC home One of the “Cs” in FYCC stands for community. And as Families and Youth Community Connections relocates to its new home at the former Albertville City Hall, community was at the center of a remodeling project. That’s because FYCC teamed ...Read More
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by Samara Postuma Contributing Writer   St. Michael Middle School East students will have a new assistant principal come fall. After five years in STMA, former assistant principal Ben Bakeberg recently accepted a job at Heritage Christian Academy in Maple Grove. Replacing Bakeberg is Chad Libby...Read More
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‘Still among lowest in conference’ Faced with potential budget deficits over the next three years, the St. Michael-Albertville School Board approved raising activity fees. The board also discussed a parent’s request to allow youth group activity use on Wednesdays after 6 p.m., and approved the...Read More
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by Samara Postuma Contributing Writer   The St. Michael-Albertville School Board was presented with a check for $22,100 from the Wright County United Way. The Wright County United Way covers Monticello, St. Michael and Buffalo but also acknowledges Albertville. Money that is donated to United W...Read More
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St. Michael-Albertville High School recently hosted the annual Academic and Leadership Awards. The 2014 Students of the Year include: ninth grade, Lizzy Heil; 10th grade, Mitch McKee; 11th grade, Maddie Jesser; and 12th grade, Brian Sukalski. National Level Award recipients include Momilani O’Sull...Read More
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by Samara Postuma Contributing Writer   The St. Michael-Albertville School Board tabled discussion of activity fees following a staff recommendation not to raise them. The board also heard a request to add a spring play at the high school, heard a report about technology education and engineeri...Read More
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STMA grad addresses need for state’s first children’s hospice There is nothing more heart-wrenching than the reality that some children have terminal illnesses and won’t live for long. St. Michael native and 1998 STMA grad Katie Lindenfelser is all too familiar with that reality. As a music th...Read More
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